Textile & Tapestry

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Fabric sculpture Yellow butterfly textile art by irohandbags - sold on etsy Doesn't it look amazing! Textile Jewelry, Fabric Jewelry, Textile Art, Fabric Butterfly, Fabric Flowers, Butterfly Pattern, Butterfly Art, Textiles, Fabric Art

Fabric sculpture Yellow butterfly textile art | Etsy

This little yellow butterfly is about 3 1/2 inch tall, 6 inch wide and made from cotton fabric. Their wings and body are hand painted and hand embroidered with details. Mounted on 6" x 6" natural finished wooden box with metal hook on the back for hanging.

Уильям Моррис: Заяц, гобелен _ William Morris: The Hare, tapestry Art Nouveau, William Morris Art, William Morris Wallpaper, Rabbit Art, Bunny Art, Tapestry Weaving, Lion Tapestry, Arts And Crafts Movement, Of Wallpaper

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chelle textiles This would be a good way to balance "passing through" Thread Painting, Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Fabric Crafts, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Fiber Art Quilts, Free Motion Embroidery, Embroidery Art

Michelle Mischkulnig (Chelle Textiles)

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The Forest Tapestry (detail) William Morris William Morris Wallpaper, William Morris Art, Morris Wallpapers, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Textiles, William Morris Patterns, Of Wallpaper, Designer Wallpaper

The Forest | Morris, William | V&A Search the Collections

The Forest, tapestry woven wool and silk on a cotton warp, designed by William Morris, Philip Webb and John Henry Dearle, woven at Merton Abbey by William Knight, John Martin and William Sleath, 1887.. Museum Number T.111-1926.

Simple fabric moth and butterfly PDF sewing pattern A simple soft sculpture sewing pattern / tutorial for making textile moth and butterfly brooch pins or hanging ornaments. Textiles, Fabric Butterfly, Embroidered Butterflies, Simple Butterfly, Butterfly Crafts, Little Presents, Fabric Jewelry, Easy Sewing Projects, Soft Sculpture

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The Forest Tapestry (detail) William Morris Crow Art, Raven Art, Bird Art, William Morris Patterns, William Morris Art, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Textiles, Dragons

The Forest | Morris, William | V&A Search the Collections

The Forest, tapestry woven wool and silk on a cotton warp, designed by William Morris, Philip Webb and John Henry Dearle, woven at Merton Abbey by William Knight, John Martin and William Sleath, 1887.. Museum Number T.111-1926.

Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita textiles sculpture moths insects butterflies.I'm sure it moved Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Sculpture Textile, Soft Sculpture, Textiles Techniques, Embroidery Techniques, Graphic 45, Fabric Butterfly

Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita creates beautiful textile sculptures of moths, butterflies, and other insects with various textiles and embroidery techniques. The pieces are quite large, measuring nearly a foot wide and contain other flourishes including painting, feathers, and artificial fur

Yumi Okita Fiber Art -Large black and white butterfly textile art White Butterfly, Butterfly Art, Textiles, Fabric Art, Fabric Crafts, Cotton Fabric, Colorful Moths, Bordados E Cia, Insect Art

Colourful Giant Handmade Textile Butterflies and Moths by Artist Yumi Okita

Love these colourful moths and butterflies by North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita. The pieces are made by hand using fabric, …

Stitched art by Merle Axelrad Artist in Facric and Textiles - . Sewn art by Merle Axelrad Artist in Facric and Textiles – Thread Art, Thread Painting, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Creative Textiles, Textiles Techniques, Landscape Quilts, Landscape Art, Sewing Art

Sewn art of Merle Axelrad Artist working in facric and textiles

Since 1998, Merle Axelrad has built a reputation as an artist through exhibitions, public and private commissions and awards. Ms. Axelrad has been featured through the years in numerous magazine and newspaper articles as well as short documentaries of her fabric and textile work.